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Sales Launch Recap: Catch Up on What You May Have Missed

Donald Trump’s childhood home, Lake Bell’s Clinton Hill home, and a historic West Village townhouse are among those recently listed on the market

Donald Trump’s Childhood Home in Jamaica Estates Asks $1.65M: Like many of the homes in the area, it’s got that whole Tudor-inspired architecture thing going on, but the few interior photos make it look like it’d need an update. (And if the unthinkable happens and Trump actually gets elected in November, there’d surely be a whole other host of issues from living here … but hey, that’s a ways off to worry about.)

Cute Midtown East Co-op With an Enormous Atrium Wants $999,000: This one-bedroom apartment in the Beekman Hill House co-op would be fairly mundane if not for one glorious feature: it has a wraparound terrace that surrounds three sides of the apartment, along with a 32-foot glass-enclosed atrium.

Airy Crown Heights Condo With Manhattan Views Asks $975,000: Perched on the eighth floor of a new building in Crown Heights, this fresh two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo has a lot going for it. The apartment, asking $975,000, includes a modern kitchen (dishwasher, too), a balcony, a Bosch washer and dryer, and a deeded parking spot.

Near Central Park's Northwest Corner, Another New Condo Launches Sales: The building features a mix of one, two, and three-bedroom condo units that includes two duplexes. Among those listed on the market, prices range from $1.1 million for a 708 square foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit and go up to $3.595 million for a three-bedroom, three-bathroom unit spread out 1,802 square feet.

Hell’s Kitchen Duplex Comes With Spiral Staircase for $990,000: The elegant two-bedroom co-op, asking $990,000, appears to be well-maintained and is polished with unique inclusions like a spiraling staircase, mahogany red oak floors, and hand-painted Chinese silk wallpaper.

Live In a Turret In Forest Hills For $469,000: The structure’s Tudor-style architecture is similar to that of the surrounding neighborhood, but the two-bedroom apartment currently for sale within the complex has been given more of a modern update, with a renovated kitchen and bathroom.

Adorable Ditmas Park Victorian With Modern Flair Wants $2.2M: The five-bedroom Victorian townhouse has a lot going in its favor starting right from the front porch. Its design tries to blend the house’s historic character with modern finishings, and it seems to pull it off pretty well.

Actress Lake Bell Wants Twice What She Paid For an 1850s Clinton Hill Townhouse: The home sits within the Wallabout Historic District, and was built between 1852 and 1853 in the Gothic Revival style. Bell added some modern touches in alongside those vintage elements, including new tiling, a chef’s kitchen, and custom closets.

Rare 174-Year-Old West Village Townhouse With Potential Wants $9M: Brokerbabble claims that this West Village townhouse is on the market for the first time in 30 years—plus, it was built in 1842, making it something of a rare commodity in the neighborhood. But while many original details remain (hardwood floors, working fireplaces, the original entryway with its lovely transom), the house does need some work.

After 3 Years, $20M Sterling Mason Penthouse Hasn’t Budged: Penthouse C, a nearly 5,000-square-foot, four-bedroom duplex hasn’t budged since it first hit the market back in 2013, even as the market for über-pricey condos has narrowed.